Happily ever after with a twist

. August 21, 2014.
Fiona-Donkey-Shrek

“Let your freak flag fly” with Shrek The Musical, a fairy tale about acceptance, friendship and love. The Dreamworks film comes alive onstage with fantastical costumes and original Broadway songs. Audience members of all ages will be tapping toes and laughing aloud throughout the night. Presented by the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. Directed by Wendy Sielaff and starring Jeff Steinhauer as Shrek, Katrina Linden as Fiona and Arjun Nagpal as Donkey.

September 11-14: Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. $13-$25. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 911 N. University Ave. 734-971-2228. a2ct.org/shows/shrek

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